Take charge of your health: stay active, eat healthy and remember that #HugsShouldntHurt
This post is sponsored by Violet iodine , but all opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own.
We all know that being active (exercise) and eating healthy are very important foundations of being healthy. It is not only about the way we look anymore, it is also about avoiding being sick and making sure we live a comfortable life.
As much as I would like to be active, there is couple (sometimes more) days a month that I am in discomfort and swollen and I really do not even want to get up of bed. These symptoms are all menstrual-related breast discomfort. I want to share with you what I do to try to stay healthy even during those days of the month.
What I am going to tell you here is not medical advice. You should visit a doctor to get any medication and make sure the symptoms are not caused by something serious.
What has worked for me is
I am also really excited that I am going to get to try Violet Iodine and I have heard that it helps to reduce the breast soreness and pain. Violet iodine is a molecular iodine supplement that, when taken daily, alleviates the most common symptoms of premenstrual breast discomfort, including swelling, tenderness, aches and heaviness and it promotes optimal breast health. Visit VioletDaily.com for more information.
I will update once I finish my trail pack to see if it has helped me. Stay tuned!
Boob pain is real, but it’s time to get it off your chest! On July 14th at 8:00 pm ET, join Blogger Babes for a Twitter party to talk about a revolution in women’s breast health—Violet Iodine. Join the conversation using #HugsShouldntHurt on twitter!
Get all the details for the twitter party here
Thank you Violet iodine and fBlogger Babes or this wonderful opportunity. Let me know what you think by tagging #HugsShouldntHurt on Facebook and Twitter.
Now is your time to tell me how do you take charge of your health?
Leave a Reply.